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An expansion to Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 that can be played without the original game. Uprising features additional campaigns for three factions: the Allies, the Soviets, and the Empire of the Rising Sun. The plot continues the events of Red Alert 3, making Allied victory in previous game canon.
The Soviet Union fights for its very existence because Allied corporation FutureTech is developing a weapon that can freeze time. Its leaders want to erase Soviet Russia from the history once and forever. The war in Allied-occupied Japan continues, as there are still pockets of resistance that Allies have to suppress, and there are two Russian generals taking over parts of the Empire. There's also a standalone campaign that reveals the origins of Yuriko Omega, a Japanese girl with psionic abilities, and follows her as she becomes a commando for the Empire, and later a prisoner of the Allies.

Unlike some of the previous games in the series, Red Alert 3 – Uprising allows no multiplayer modes, neither cooperative nor competitive.

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  • Supported OS: Microsoft Windows® XP SP2, Windows Vista (32-bit)
  • Processor: Any Intel Core Duo machine; XP: Intel Pentium 4 2.2 GHz or better, AMD Athlon XP 2100+ or better; Vista: Intel Pentium 4 2.6 GHz or better, AMD Athlon XP 2800+ or better
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX® 9.0c compatible video card, NVIDIA GeForce 6800 or better, ATI Radeon X800 or better
  • Hard Drive: At lease 10 GB of free space
  • Sound: DirectX® 9.0c compatible sound card (Yamaha Xwave-512 is not supported)

  • INTERNET CONNECTION, ONLINE AUTHENTICATION AND ACCEPTANCE OF END USER LICENSE AGREEMENT REQUIRED TO PLAY. TO ACCESS ONLINE FEATURES, YOU MUST REGISTER ONLINE. ONLY ONE REGISTRATION IS AVAILABLE PER GAME. EA ONLINE TERMS & CONDITIONS AND FEATURE UPDATES CAN BE FOUND AT WWW.EA.COM. YOU MUST BE 13+ TO REGISTER WITH EA ONLINE. EA MAY RETIRE ONLINE FEATURES AFTER 30 DAYS NOTICE POSTED ON WWW.EA.COM.
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    Play the two versions; The Network Alert 3 normal (pirate Way) and this version uprising. Honestly It is a disappointment, is basically almost the same game that the Network Alert 3 but trimmed, good to the points: Pros: + New units. + Mini-Campaigns to follow the story. + A very unique and fun mini-campaign (the Yuriko Omega). Cons:-The new totally unbalanced units, a wick and a heavy mobile deployable turret (which can be defended in mobile mode) for the Allies, a ship with several missiles and that can be transformed into a ship with a destructive ray for the Japanese and The Soviets obtain a powerful... moto? -Elimination of the main campaigns. -It Does Not change much about the normal Alert 3 Network apart from the units (For this Reason, I do not give positive points like: "Good soundtrack", "factions enough unique among them" because the original Network Alert 3 equals it, is almost the same this "uprising" with respect to the original In these respects). -There is No multiplayer (that is why?) Conclusion: If This was a DLC 8/10 only because of the lack of affection for the Soviets. But It's a separate game, a "different" game. If You do not mind the campaign, you like to play alone and only play the Empire or allies, buy it, you will like, short stories with a campaign that completely changes the game (the campaign Yuriko) and new units very fun and powerful. If you care about the campaign, you like to play PvP or play with the Soviets, do not buy it, take away the main campaign, you only have the option singleplayer and the Soviets only get a Tesla trooper with higher rank (the Desolator) and the Reaper is a unit Good and fun anti-air but that obviously does not compare to the added units for the Allies and the Empire. I'Ll give You negative because I care about the campaign, I mean I cut a large part of the content (main campaign), in this DLC (sorry "different game") and if I liked to play a lot in line would be the cherry of the cake but not everything is bad, for that exists the Network Alert 3 normal.
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    I Should play Red Alert 3 again to see if it shares the same problems as this series of Minicampañas, because in general I have found quite poorly balanced. The game does not stop being the RA3 with a few new units, what makes it even more complicated: Far is the simplicity of RA1 and 2, where the stone-paper-scissors system was simple and unalterable: The Antiaircrafts win the planes, the artillery wins the units is Táticas, tanks are powerful on land but useless against aviation, etc. In RA3, practically all the units have alternative modes that allow to reduce or even invert the stone-paper-scissors (for example, the Japanese have several troops that go from being bombers to antiaircraft units). There are Also quite a lot more amphibious vehicles (even boats that walk overland). Although breaking the rigidity of the PPT system may seem interesting, I do not like it, it is not so clear what to build to counteract such or that set of AI units, so it solves the old good style RTS : Make the Turtle and build many more units than the enemy, and crush him by simple numerical superiority. In short, with respect to the specific things of RA3: U, the Minicampañas sin to hide a lot of information to the player, and in practically all the missions arise unforeseen half of the mission, that can annoy you the mission if you catch unprepared (for example, you have Put aside the defense of the main base because you were already destroying the primary target). At least checkpoints are kept relatively frequently, so you can go back and fix the error. They are Also quite difficult in general (Normal level), with a very aggressive and well equipped IA (although if we endure the initial onslaught, we can normally recover and counterattack when the IA has exhausted its resources). There Is a special campaign (Yuriko) that changes the game completely, becoming a kind of Action RPG: We only drive to Yuriko, and we can use their skills to convert other troops to our side, destroy tanks, create protective shields, Etc. It is Not the Recopetín, but they are not bad, and in general they are easy missions. The game also includes the General mode, in which we face skirmishes with specific conditions. I have Not played much but I have to say that the little I tried pointed ways, and at least seem to be more equal and have no unpleasant surprises.
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